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Small Space Gardening: How to Downsize to Your New Yard

This entry was posted in New Home on July 2, 2019 by George Sinclair Construction
Not all small homes have small yards, but many do. You may feel like with such limited space that it’s not possible to have a charming or elegant looking garden like some of the bigger properties, or perhaps you feel that there just isn’t enough space to make anything functional. If you’re moving into a... Read more

Benefits of Living Close to the United States and Canadian Border

One of the best things about living in the Niagara region is being able to enjoy everything the Canadian side has to offer but also having easy access to the United States border. Being so close to the border allows for quick shopping visits, different restaurants, nightlife and a variety of entertainment options that may... Read more

Fun Activities Within Walking Distance of Trailside Community

There’s nothing better than living in a community where you can walk to shopping, restaurants and a wide range of activities based on various interests and hobbies. Our new home development in the Trailside community allows residents to access the following nearby locations within walking distance: Betty’s Restaurant. Betty’s Restaurant is a local favourite! A... Read more

Trails to Explore Near Trailside Community

This entry was posted in Niagara Falls on May 6, 2019 by George Sinclair Construction
  The new Trailside community is surrounded by a number of excellent walking, hiking and biking trails for all outdoor adventurers to enjoy. Discover the Many Trails Near Trailside It’s all in our new community’s name: Trailside is surrounded by so many great walking, hiking and biking trails in the Niagara region. Niagara bike trails... Read more

What is a Bungaloft and Why Choose One?

This entry was posted in New Home on April 4, 2019 by George Sinclair Construction
A bungaloft is a bungalow plus a loft. This flexible, beautiful home type was invented ten years ago but is now skyrocketing in popularity because the benefits it offers work well in our modern lives. The bungaloft combines the simplicity and convenience of a bungalow with a practical and trendy loft addition. Appearance and Advantages... Read more

What Is a Bungalow Style Home?

This entry was posted in New Home on March 4, 2019 by George Sinclair Construction
What is a bungalow style home? What does a bungalow house look like? These are just some of the questions you may be asking yourself when thinking about where and how you want to live. Bungalows became popular in the 1950s and have stood the test of time. They are one-story houses that come with... Read more

Downsizing: The Advantages for Senior Residents

A growing family needs a lot of space, but seniors don’t. Once your children have flown the coop, you could gain a lot of benefits from downsizing, even beyond freeing up equity and reducing the time you spend maintaining your home. What is Downsizing?  First things first, what counts as downsizing? Technically, moving into any... Read more

The Advantages of Bungalows and Bungalofts

You’ve heard of a bungalow, but are you familiar with bungalofts? These two home types appeal to a broad spectrum of families, from young couples to seniors for their unique advantages and affordability. How can you tell these two types of homes apart, and is either one right for you? What is a Bungalow? Simply... Read more

Happy Holidays from George Sinclair Construction!

  From everybody here at George Sinclair Construction, we hope you have a family-filled Christmas and memorable New Year’s celebration! It’s hard to believe that 2019 is almost here. It seems like only yesterday we were ringing in 2018. Before saying goodbye to 2018, we’d like to look back at the most popular blogs and... Read more

Tips on How to Use Ice Melt Around Your Home This Winter

The first day of winter (Friday, December 21) is quickly approaching. Now, you never quite know when Old Man Winter will make his first appearance, but when he does, it’ll be a doozy. According to the Old Farmer’s Almanac, we can expect: Coldest periods in mid-November, early and late December, early January, and early and... Read more